Video: Way Huge by Jeorge Tripps Geisha Drive

Before Way Huge was, well, huge—before the partnership with Dunlop and the large crowd of adoring gearheads awaiting each new pedal or reissue—designer Jeorge Tripps made small runs of pedals that reflected his own tastes as a player. Tripps even stopped by Reverb earlier this year to show off some of Way Huge’s rare, early pedals.

A new distortion stompbox, unofficially called the Geisha Drive after its distinctive design, holds true to the founding ethos that has made Way Huge such a favorite in the boutique pedal world. Sold in a limited edition run of 500 exclusively through independent dealers, it's available now through Reverb.

The Geisha is a versatile, multi-gain-stage drive, sensitive to the nuances of a player’s picking. it offers everything from smooth, gentle overdrive to maximum fuzz.

As Andy demonstrates in the video above, you can use the pedal with minimal gain, using its high output to bring natural breakup to your amp. Or, you can max out the gain and control the level of fuzz with your guitar’s volume controls.

Be sure to check out Andy’s video above and pick up a Geisha Drive while you still can.

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